The food is what I would describe as homely Tokyo French. On a recent visit for lunch I sampled their set menu. I started with a glass of their house sparkling which was French but not from Champagne (but very drinkable nonetheless). This was followed by a salad with egg and prawns. The highlight for me was their carrot mousse which you can see pictured. This was creamy and delightful but perhaps a little heavy for those thinking of their weight. The fish was fleshy and delicious and the cheesecake with caramel ice cream was as good as it looks.
In summary, a good place for a more substantial lunch or a dinner - just be aware the space is cramped if you're especially large or you have confidential business to discuss.